01 Apr Invisibility Cloak
Artificial intelligence supported tracking technology continues to rise every day. The ability of states to follow masses massively can put an end to the privacy of individuals. However, it cannot be said that the researchers are supporting this idea and in fact they are testing many ways to deceive the visual tracking systems.
The latest example was developed to the group of engineers at KU Leuven University in Belgium. In a shared article last week, these engineers show how printed patterns can fool the artificial intelligence system designed to recognize people in the image. When you hang one of the designed patterns around your neck from the point of view of the system, you are almost like wearing an invisibility cloak.
Researchers say that you can be invisible by automated security cameras by making this technique wearable. This system is currently only available in certain algorithms.